Jos Merc, Chanel, Jorge Drexler, Arde Bogot… Up to 42 artists awarded on the Academy of Music Awards | EUROtoday

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Of If Merc a Chanel, Jorge Drexler o Bogot burns, Spanish music figures have proven this Monday their complete assist for the primary version of the Academy of Music Awards, with the instance of Goya on the horizon.

The awards, heirs to the awards given by the now defunct Academy of Music Arts and Sciences, are a milestone for the Spanish music trade. Merc has expressed to EFE his satisfaction for the restoration of some musical awards and for the restoration of such a galas, the place musicians can meet with their colleagues.

While for the Uruguayan Drexler to have these awards once more in Espaa It's one thing to rejoice. “I am very happy that music is recovering that space,” mentioned the singer-songwriter, who believes that music is “the ugly duckling” of the Spanish arts when in comparison with others akin to cinema, with its consolidated Goya awards.

MADRID, 06/10/2024.- The singer Mar

The singer María José Llergo, throughout her efficiency.Daniel GonzlezEFE

“Happy, nervous and happy” Chanel has proven herself. “Any gala that recognizes quality art is necessary,” mentioned the singer, who hoped that the awards can be consolidated with extra editions.

Mikel Erentxun He has additionally celebrated the latest founding of the Academy of Music, and has clarified that “more important than the awards” is the very existence of the Academy, for the popularity of the work of musicians, so he hopes that this can be “the signal for a consolidated academy to exist within ten years.”

For the Murcian band Arde Bogot, who’ve arrived on the gala with 9 nominations -and have received greatest artist and greatest album-, this awards ceremony is “a great gift”, an important occasion “because of the amplification effect that has for music.

MADRID, 06/10/2024.- The singer Chanel poses on the red carpet at the M Academy Awards

Chanel, on the red carpet at the Academy of Music Awards.Daniel GonzlezEFE

Other well-known faces that have walked the red carpet have been Rodrigo Cuevas, that was up for four awards, or the Madrid band Door, immersed in the middle of a summer tour throughout Spain, who have valued the creation of these awards very positively.

This is the complete list of the 42 awards awarded by the academy throughout this Monday:

– Artist of the year: Arde Bogot.

– Album of the year: 'Cowboys de la A3, by Arde Bogot.

– Song of the year: 'Los Perros', by Arde Bogot.

– Composer of the year (song): Ivn Ferreiro, for 'In the trenches of pop culture'.

– Best new artist: Arde Bogot.

– Best traditional pop album: 'Desbaráculo piramidal', by El Último de la Fila.

– Best pop song: 'El Paraso', by Mikel Izal.

– Best pop album: 'Bellodrama', by Ana Mena.

– Best pop/rock song: 'In the trenches of pop culture', by Ivn Ferreiro.

– Best pop/rock album: 'Trinchera Pop', by Ivn Ferreiro.

– Best rock song: 'Los Perros', by Arde Bogot.

– Best rock album: 'Cowboys de la A3', by Arde Bogot.

– Best alternative song: 'Piname Juana', by La Plazuela.

– Best alternative music album: 'RONEO FUNK CLUB', by La Plazuela.

– Best singer-songwriter song: 'Para Vivir', by El Kanka.

– Best singer-songwriter album: 'Toda la vida, un da', by Silvia Pérez Cruz.

– Best urban song: 'miamor', by Aitana & Rels B.

– Best urban music album: 'Where I want to be', by Quevedo.

– Best rap/hip hop song: 'Estrecho / Alvarado', by C. Tangana.

– Best urban fusion/interpretation song: 'Piname Juana', by La Plazuela.

– Best electronic music song: 'Los Ángeles', by Aitana.

– Best electronic music album: 'RONEO FUNK CLUB_REMIXED', by La Plazuela.

– Best folk album: 'Ultrabelleza', by María José Llergo.

– Best flamenco theme/song: 'Al Tercer Mundo – Bulera', by Israel Fernández, Diego del Morao and Pional.

– Best flamenco album: 'Pura Sangre', by Israel Fernndez.

– Best Instrumental Album: 'The Chick Korea Symphony Tribute', by ADDA SIMFONICA, Josep Vicent and Emilio Solla.

– Best jazz album: 'The Chick Corea Symphony Tribute', by ADDA SINFONICA, Josep Vicent and Emilio Solla.

– Best contemporary classical work/composition: 'Hallelujah', by Juan Antonio Simarro.

– Best classical music album: 'Corregidor & Sombrero', by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.

– Best song in Catalan/Valencian/Aranas: 'He doesn't want the world to end', by Silvia Prez Cruz.

– Best song in Basque: 'Lady of Aralar', by ZETAK.

– Best song in Galician/Spanish: 'Oliveira Dos Cen Anos', by C. Tangana.

– Best song/theme from OST, series or advertising: 'El amor de Andrea', by Vetusta Morla and Valeria Castro.

– Best soundtrack album, series or advertising: 'La Mesas', by Ral Refree.

– Producer of the year: Coque Malla and José Nortes for the album 'Although we are dead', by Coque Malla.

– Best recording engineer of an album or song: 'Boicot', by Alizzz.

– Best arrangement: 'El Sabio', by Tomatito.

– Best album design: 'Toda la vida, un día', by Slvia Pérez Cruz.

– Best music video: 'Oliveira dos cen anos', by C. Tangana.

– Best full-length music video: 'Bailando hasta el Apagón', by Vetusta Morla.

– Best event of the year (festival, cycle, gala, charity concert, etc.): Botanical Nights.

– Best tour: 'When you chunk your lip', by Leiva.